The boil advisory put in place after a massive water main break on the University of Louisville campus has been lifted for a majority of affected residents. It will remain in place in two areas. Taylor Blvd to Crittenden Drive and Winkler to the Watterson Preston Highway to Poplar Level and Shelby at Goss to… Continue reading Boil Advisory Lifted for Many Residents
The water boil advisory for central Louisville is expected to remain in effect until this evening. The advisory was put in place last night after a 48-inch water main broke on the University of Louisville campus. It covers the area north of the Watterson and between Ninth Street and Bardstown Road and Baxter Avenue. The… Continue reading Broken Water Main Inspection Begins, Boil Advisory to Last Until Evening
Courtesy of Andrew Paulin (@ConstantineXVI), a map that provides the rough boundaries of the Louisville Water Company’s boil water advisory. The company advises residents in the area to boil water for 3 minutes before use, until further notice.
Louisville Water Company has issued a Boil Water Advisory for approximately 330 customers in the southern part of Jefferson County and parts of Bullitt County who are served by the Jefferson Memorial and Martin Hill elevated tanks. The advisory comes after a drop in pressure. Customers should bring all water used for drinking, food preparation… Continue reading Boil Advisory Issued For 330 LWC Customers
The Louisville Water Company has issued a boil water advisory for about one thousand people in southern Jefferson County. The advisory was posted after pressure dropped in two elevated storage tanks. It affects customers within the boundary East Pages Lane, St. Andrews Church Road and Third Street Road. Customers should boil any water intended for… Continue reading Boil Advisory In Effect For Some In S. Jefferson County